Louis I. Kahn is considered one of the 20th century's greatest architects and teachers. This volume presents some of his most renowned buildings and projects, including the Salk Institute, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Yale Center for British Art and the National Assembly complex at Dacca, Bangladesh. Six essays addressing different dimensions of Kahn's work and his philosophy of architecture are accompanied by drawings, floorplans and commissioned photographs. A biographical chronology and select bibliography conclude the book.
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